Psychology Bachelor's Degree Program Course Requirements
Core Course Requirements for the Psychology Bachelor's Degree Program
PS 222 - Behavioral Statistics
An introduction to the principles and major concepts of the statistics for the behavioral sciences. Topics include Sampling, Scales of Measurement, graphing, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Variability, The Normal Distribution, Standardized Z and T scores, Standard Errors, Hypothesis testing, Correlation, Regression, t-tests, Analysis of Variance, and Chi-square.
PS 322 - Research Methods I
A study of the scientific inquiry. Emphasis is upon the formulation of research questions, development of the appropriate research methodology, data collection, data analysis, data interpretation, and report writing. Specific techniques presented include tests and surveys, case studies, correlational methods and experiments. Students collect data under the supervision of the instructor and are responsible for the preparation of scientific reports.
PS 330 - Abnormal Psych
An investigation of the application of basic psychological theory and research to the problem of maladaptive behavior.
PS 335 - Psychological Test
Theory, application, and administration of psychological tests; emphasis on basic procedure in clinical tests of intelligence and personality.
PS 350 - Theory Personality
A study of personality development, assessment, and functioning; critical evaluation of the major contemporary theories of personality.
PS 370 - Cognitive Therapy
A study of the procedures, terminology, and goals of cognitive behavior modification and the application of psychological principles in assisting children and adults with behavioral changes.Prerequisite: PS 101.